Elon Musk hits massive blunt in live interview

Elon Musk hits massive blunt in live interview

Elon Musk hits massive blunt in live interview

As for the figure, Musk said that $420 "seemed like better karma" than $419.

Following Musk's interview with Rogan, as well as the recent resignation of a chief accounting officer, Tesla stock dropped 9 percent.

Even before Musk's surprise August 7 tweet that he had funding "secured" for a go-private deal, Tesla had been under scrutiny from investors, analysts and short-sellers as it works to hit production targets and slow its cash burn.

Soon after, Musk changed his mind and said he decided the company would remain public.

As they had before and during Morton's transition to CAO, Tesla's CFO and corporate controller will oversee the firm's accounting functions and personnel. Tesla noted in a statement to Reuters that Morton opted to depart from the company due to his discomfort with the level of public attention and Tesla's overall pace of work. It said Morton had no disagreements with Tesla's leadership or financial reporting. Tesla announced several promotions, including a replacement for O'Brien, in a blog post on Friday, but did not name a new chief accounting officer.

Overall, Morton appears to have parted ways with Tesla amicably, stating that he still believes in the company's overall mission, as well as its future prospects.

Elon Musk smoked dagga and drank whisky in a live interview conducted by comedian Joe Rogan on Thursday.

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He eventually won the second set 7-5 and claimed the third in a tie-breaker but dropped serve to trail 4-2 in the fourth. John Millman , an unknown Australian in the first round of 16 Grand Slam match of his 12-year career, spoiled the party.

Musk suggested in an interview with The New York Times last month that he was no fan of marijuana, arguing that it kills productivity.

"I mean it's legal, right?", Musk responded, as he accepted the joint and took a puff. "We think this is further evidence that the time is now for management and the Board to address these issues", Albertine said.

Tesla declined to comment beyond the official filing.

Viecha also restated Tesla's forecast that it will build 50,000 to 55,000 of its Model 3 sedans in the current quarter, and indicated the company's working capital will improve as production increases, Spak wrote.

Bloomberg also reported on Friday that Chief People Officer Gaby Toledano would not return from a leave of absence just over a year after joining.

Tesla shares fell as much as 10% to $252.25 as of 9.46am in NY, the steepest intra-day drop since June 2016.

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